If the world seems smaller and smaller, it is because it is becoming easier and faster to make purchases from faraway places without any real perception of the distances – physical, linguistic, currency, etc. – that separate seller and buyer. For this reason, more and more merchants are considering internationalising their eCommerce as the next step in the history of their business. Nowadays, the global market is inevitable. However, before attempting to reach consumers in other parts of the world, it is important to build a solid foundation. Only 35% of eCommerce owners feel able to do this, discouraged in particular by the logistics and potential difficulties of processing payments from abroad (source: Wakefield Research).Read more… about Cross-Border eCommerce: Everything You Need to Know to Start Your International Business
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Online shopping has been sweeping the world in recent years. Now, the industry of eCommerce is bigger than ever. In fact, eCommerce has penetrated through international borders.
Many businesses are keen to expand into new regions now that global eCommerce is the new norm. COVID-19’s blend of technological advancements, digitalization, social distancing, and evolving buying habits paved the way for the industry to flourish. There’s no denying that Cross-Border eCommerce systems are now widespread.
But what more should you know about Cross-Border eCommerce? In this article, you will learn the following:
- What is Cross-Border eCommerce?
- Regulations for Cross-Border eCommerce
- How to prepare your store to Cross-Border eCommerce?
- The best eCommerce platforms to sell abroad
- The best marketplaces to sell abroad
If you have ever wondered how to organize the flow of data and operations of your eCommerce business, you may have come across the acronym ERP. Can an ERP application be the solution to increase the efficiency and quality of your service? In this article we examine:
- What is an ERP
- What an ERP in eCommerce is for
- When an ERP is necessary for an eCommerce store
- How to connect an ERP to a shipments tracking software
20tab is an agile company specializing in digital solutions.
The main characteristic of the company consists in a different approach to IT consulting, focused on a Product Team as a Service approach: customers are followed throughout the Product Management process thanks to a team with complementary skills.
A real 20tab model marks the work, which leaves as much space to the Discovery as to the Delivery phase: the team applies Scrum and pursues a path of continuous improvement, accompanied by the expert guide of the Agile Coach, Fabio Armani.
For the company, the team is central: competent, cohesive, and complete, it builds and accompanies user-centered digital products on the market, facilitating the digital transformation of companies through customized solutions.
20tab heavily invests in continuous training and is at the forefront of spreading an Agile culture that makes the difference:
it actively participates in conferences and meetups, as well as being founder of #StopCoding and creator of the Product Management Day.
The offices are in Rome and Pescara, but the company promotes remote working – long before it became a buzzword! – with flexible hours.
“Evolution of B2C eCommerce in Italy through data and trends”, the report processed by Osservatori.net – Digital Innovation was presented during the most relevant exhibition for Italian eCommerce, Netcomm Forum 2022. From this year, Qapla’ is a proud partner of “Osservatorio eCommerce B2C”, taking part in the research and working groups of the institute.Read more… about Trends and online sales growth in 2022: the data from “Osservatorio eCommerce B2C”
Every business wants more sales. Sure, you could sink more money into PPC ads to get more people through your (virtual) shop door. Or you could focus on CRO and get your current visitors to stick around longer and ultimately, spend more. This is where optimizing your menus comes in.Read more… about How To Optimize Your Site’s Menus for More Sales